Beautiful Former Victorian Public Toilet In Fitzrovia



Old Public Toilet Outside The Crown And Sceptre Pub

Scattered across London are former public toilets that are no longer accessible. Some have been repurposed into anything from bars to homes. Others have tried to map the remaining ones open for the public to use.

However, the vast majority these old Victoria era toilets have been closed, too expensive to operate and maintain. Too bad when you consider how intricate the ironwork is. A really shame that more of these are not put to better use. This one can be found on Foley Street, outside The Crown And Sceptre Pub in Fitzrovia.

Edit: Seems this former loo has been turned into The Attendant, a so-called lavatory cafe.



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2 Responses to “Beautiful Former Victorian Public Toilet In Fitzrovia”

  1. Public toilet near me
    July 13, 2017 at 8:49 am #

    I love this public toilet in Fitzrovia, I with to pee there one day.

    • Ian
      July 21, 2017 at 8:50 am #

      Well it’s a coffee shop now, so you can also grab a coffee while you’re there.

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